Beaulieu - Patrick’s Patch
Patrick’s Patch is a vegetable garden in Beaulieu village, built in 2008 and managed by a head gardener and volunteers.

A visit to Patrick’s Patch can provide both ideas and tips for your own garden, or a tranquil place to wander and relax. The garden is surrounded on 2 sides by walls made from heather bales and cord wood, against which trained fruit is grown. The vegetables, fruit, herbs and cut flowers are grown all year round and are used in Fairweather’s Garden Centre’s, Hungry Gardener Café across the road.

March to September Daily 9am to 5pm
drop in sessions for children and their parents are every Saturday 10am to 12noon. There are regular free courses and tours in the garden. Courses run from 10 am to about 12noon - just turn up on the day!
Patrick’s Patch, High Street, Beaulieu SO42 7YB
Tel: 01590 612307
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Garden prior to construction
See map on the right of the page.
Free parking at Fairweather’s Garden Centre’s across the road for the first hour.
Fairweather’s Garden Centre’s, Hungry Gardener Café across the road.
Disabled access
The toilets at the garden centre cater for disabled people but there is a multi sex toilet available in Patrick's Patch.


Patrick’s Patch Beaulieu village
Map of Patrick’s Patch Beaulieu village